Whenever we’re craving great food and entertainment, EPCOT’s Food and Wine Festival is the place to hit up in Disney World!
Since Disney has extended the festival through the Fall for the first time, we’ve got extra time to visit all the booths and snack our way around the EPCOT. However, other spots around the Disney property will be hosting returning experiences for the Food and Wine Festival this year, too!
The Food and Wine Weekends will be returning to the Waldorf Astoria Orlando and Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek Resorts with a few modifications this year!
Guests will be able to visit the events from October 16th through November 22nd to participate in programs like the Sip Savor Swirl: A Wine Tasting Experience, Bar du Chocolat and Champagne Tasting, and more!
However, since there will most likely be limited capacity and distancing measures in place, the event will be slightly different than it has been previously. Disney is asking that guests wanting to visit the Bull and Bear Chef’s Table and Taste of La Luce signature dining experience do so on separate evenings during the first two weeks of the event.
As the Food and Wine Weekends kick off in the Disney World area, we’ll give you more details on everything you need to know about the event! And, as always, we’re here to answer any questions you may have about experiences happening at the Disney parks and resorts!
Will you be going to the Food and Wine Weekends? Let us know in the comments below!
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